The daily gossip: Gisele Bündchen reacts to Tom Brady's latest retirement announcement, Britney Spears slams Alyssa Milano for 'bullying' her, and more

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1. Gisele Bündchen reacts to Tom Brady's latest retirement announcement

This viral marketing for 80 for Brady is next level. Tom Brady has once again announced he's retiring from football, allegedly for real this time. "I'm retiring for good," he said in a video shared on social media, which he kept brief because "you only get one super emotional retirement essay, and I used mine up last year." In fact, it was exactly one year ago today that Brady announced his retirement in February 2022 … only to un-retire six weeks later. This allegedly led to an "epic fight" between him and his wife of 13 years, Gisele Bündchen, and they finalized their divorce by October. "Wishing you only wonderful things in this new chapter of your life," Bündchen commented Wednesday on his announcement post. This also comes just before the release of 80 for Brady, the comedy produced by, starring, and sort of about Brady, which was announced after his previous retirement claims — and may now call for a last-minute post-credits scene.

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2. Britney Spears slams Alyssa Milano for 'bullying' her

Britney Spears has joined the long list of people who would prefer Alyssa Milano stop tweeting. In December, Milano tweeted, "Someone please go check on Britney Spears," and the singer clearly hasn't forgotten it. She screenshotted the tweet on her Instagram story, saying it "saddens me to see things about me from people who don't know me," which "feels like a form of bullying." Spears added, "Ladies, we are supposed to be rooting for one another not pulling one another down !!!" This comes after some Spears fans recently called the police to conduct a wellness check on her when she deleted her Instagram; she said she deleted the account because people were saying she "looked crazy" and that her fans went "too far and my privacy was invaded." According to TMZ, Milano privately reached out to Spears to apologize for the tweet (a fact that her rep then publicly shared). The stars … they need to leave Britney alone just like us!

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3. Ozzy Osbourne says his touring days are over

Ozzy Osbourne won't be going on the road again. The singer has revealed "one of the hardest things I've ever had to share with my loyal fans," announcing he's canceling his upcoming tour dates due to his health. Osbourne suffered a fall in 2019, which came after he already injured his spine in a 2003 quad bike accident. He was set to go back on tour this year but now says that even after three operations, "my body is still physically weak," and "I'm not physically capable of doing" the shows. "Never would I have imagined that my touring days would have ended this way," he said. But Osbourne — who went on a farewell tour in 1992 after he was misdiagnosed with multiple sclerosis — added that his team is looking at ways for him to still perform without so much traveling. He thanked his fans for "giving me the life that I never ever dreamed I would have."

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4. Will Kate Bush finally be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame after 'Stranger Things' boost?

The top of the hill is in sight. The 2023 nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame have been unveiled, and they include Sheryl Crow, Iron Maiden, Willie Nelson, and Missy Elliott, the latter of whom becomes the first female hip-hop artist to be nominated. But Kate Bush, who somehow isn't already an inductee, was also nominated for a whopping fourth time. Yes, Bush was nominated before in 2018, 2021, and 2022, but she failed to make it in all three times. This might be her best shot ever, though, considering the fourth season of Stranger Things helped revive her 1985 song "Running Up That Hill," which topped the charts after being used in the show. An official Twitter account for the Stranger Things writers' room even encouraged followers to vote for Bush in the fan vote, noting, "You can vote once a day!" Stay tuned to see if this Bush campaign works out better than Jeb's.

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5. Dave Bautista on lack of rom-com offers: 'Am I that unattractive?'

For the love of God, get this man a rom-com. Speaking with Page Six, Dave Bautista said he has "never had an offer to" star in a romantic comedy, leading him to wonder if it's because he's not good-looking enough. "I know I'm not your typical rom-com lead," the Guardians of the Galaxy star said. "But I always, you know. I look in the mirror and I say, I ask myself, 'Am I that unattractive? Is there something that unappealing about me that excludes me from these parts?'" Bautista added that while he's not sure why no one wants to put him in a rom-com, he's very much interested in this kind of role. "I still have high hopes," he said. "I'll just keep searching." Perhaps he'll finally get his chance with the upcoming Dune rom-com spinoff, How You Dune?

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